Here are 7 of the best high-end juicers you can buy to ensure your health and well-being

Here are 7 of the best high-end juicers you can buy to ensure your health and well-being
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The best way to start the day is with a good morning routine.

A person can only get so much vitamin, mineral, and antioxidants from eating raw fruits and vegetables on their own. However, even if you are as committed to your health as you are to your body, it is not practical to ingest tons of leafy greens every morning. That is where juicing comes in. In this process, the nutrients are extracted, retained, and concentrated from the produce while leaving the bulk behind, making it much easier to get your daily servings in. 

There are several fancy countertop juicers available today - ones that utilize commercial-grade extraction technology and make assembly and cleaning a snap - and with all the fancy models available today, you will quickly realize that countertop juicers are well worth their weight in vitamin C. There are some that even double as nut butter makers, sorbet makers and oat milk makers. Here we present seven high-end, functional kitchen counter designs that are designed to improve your well-being as well as the appearance of your kitchen counter. 

Smeg CJF01 Electric Citrus Juicer

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It is almost always a bad idea to buy single-use appliances. Let's face it: When do you really use that waffle iron? When it comes to citrus squeezers, however, we do make an exception. You can enjoy a simple glass of orange juice sometimes all you want is a simple glass of juice, not an intricate, high-tech machine that requires constant use. That is why SMEG CJF01 is both stylishly designed and incredibly useful.

In addition to the BPA-free dome lid, the machine has an integrated sensor that activates when pressure is applied, stainless steel reamer and strainer that is anticorrosive, and a non-drip spout, making it easy for you to deliver breakfast juice or cocktail ingredients to your glass within seconds of activating the machine. In the 1950s-inspired, retro-inspired line of SMEG juicers, you will find die-cast aluminum bodies with glossy pastel colors and polished chrome bases that are easy to clean. The appliance will make your kitchen look amazing and you will want to use it every day, much to the chagrin of your old waffle iron, which will be on display on your counter.


Pure Hydraulic Cold-Press Juicer

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Doctors often recommend two-stage machines for juicing as a holistic health therapy, machines that grind and press vegetables separately. In doing so, the juice will be more concentrated with live enzymes and soluble fiber and the pulp, which is packed with nutrients and insoluble fiber, can be stored, frozen, and used later on for other purposes as well. In comparison to its two-stage competitors, the PURE hydraulic cold-press juicer is supposedly able to produce more concentrated, antioxidant-rich juices of this type.

As its name implies, the 65-pound PURE juicer requires a little more steps than your typical centrifugal or masticating juicer since it is made from food-grade stainless steel. It is important for you to choose the right grinding plate (smaller holes for coffee beans, larger holes for fibrous greens), run the juice through a cloth bag and strainer, and then crush the pulp with a hydraulic press to ensure that every last drop of liquid is extracted. There is no doubt that this is a machine that has been designed to maximize its health benefits over decades, and it comes with a warranty of 12 years.

Breville 3X Bluicer Pro

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You might find Breville's 3X Bluicer Pro multi-function appliance to be the perfect choice for those who like their juice flavored with vodka. In essence, this machine is both a juicer and a blender at once. In a juicer, juice is separated from pulp, whereas in a blender, it is combined.) In a single, brushed stainless steel base, both functions are controlled.

With its extra-wide feed chute, it is possible to feed in full-sized fruits and vegetables without having to spend time pre-chopping them. You can add ice, frozen fruit, alcohol, or other ingredients to the 1.5-liter blender jug that is dispensed when the juice is dispensed from the juicer assembly. The juicer assembly can be removed from the motor base and replaced with the jug, allowing you to use it as a blender to prepare cocktails, slushies, creamy smoothies, acai bowls, and more. Additionally, the five program settings and ten speed controls make it possible to use it as a blender as well as an ice crusher. I must admit, however, that you may not make anything more complicated than fruity frozen margaritas and pina coladas from scratch, which is perfectly fine, and that's even better.

Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer

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Apparently, Hurom is a brand that claims to be able to juice anything that can be chewed. That's the motto of its flagship model. It grinds up fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and beans for juice, smoothies, nut and grain milk, tofu, and even ice cream. With a sleek design like the H-AA Slow Juicer, you will be able to juice like you are doing it by hand with the help of the slow squeeze technology that mimics the process of hand. By rotating its auger at a slow speed of 43 revolutions per minute, the auger retains the produce's natural nutrients and freshness, as well as squeezes out every last drop of juice that can be extracted.

Moreover, you can customize how much pulp you want in your finished glass by choosing one of the multiple-sized strainers included with the machine. As an easy-to-assemble, easy-to-take-apart machine, it comes with multiple safety sensors to prevent overheating and has a built-in cooling system to prevent overheating, as well as no sharp blades, making it a compact and quiet machine. It is possible for your children to be involved safely in the juicing action with you, which may inspire them to get excited about drinking their greens and, hopefully, motivate them to help clean up afterwards.

Nama Vitality 5800

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As a general rule, when a company only makes one product, it usually indicates that it takes its product very seriously. Nama is a cold-press juicer manufacturer that has investors that include Joe Cross, a documentary director known for Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead. The Vitality 5800 is one of Nama's cold-press juicers. Instead of violently shredding ingredients on a spinning blade in a centrifugal juicer as in a centrifugal juicer, this masticating juicer simulates chewing ("masticate" means "chew") to gradually crush and press ingredients.

When nutrients and enzymes are chewed, they are less exposed to heat and air, which allows them to stay as pure and colorful as possible. In addition to its versatility, the Vitality 5800’s design can be stacked for easy storage and the parts can be attached in multiple orientations to accommodate both left- and right-handed users.


Kuvings Master Chef CS700

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In the case that your middle name is Juice Cleanse, you need a juicer that is built for business. The Kuvings Master Chef CS700 is the right juicer for you. It is designed for cafes, restaurants, and juice bars, and is constructed of heavy-duty and rust-resistant stainless steel, and is certified by NSF, the nonprofit in charge of ensuring that foodservice products do not release harmful chemicals or harbor bacteria. It is equipped with a 200-watt motor that can run for 24 hours straight.

As the first commercial slow juicer on the market, Kuvings' slow juicer was the first of its kind to come to market. As well as accommodating whole apples and citrus fruits with its 3.5-inch feed shoot, it has both a safety flip gate and an automatic feed function that prevent the use of a pusher. The best part about this model is that it comes with two full sets of top parts, so you don’t have to stop juicing when the strainer or bowl clogs up with debris; you just have to swap them out and you won't have to scrub anything.

Angel Juicer 8500

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As far back as the early 2000s are concerned, your first exposure to a juicer was probably a horizontal one at a novelty juice counter. It is likely that you witnessed in wonder how wheatgrass was stuffed into the chute and how neon-green liquid came out of the other end instantly. It is likely that you drank the verdant shot and decided that this was the future of health right there and then. Congratulations, you were right. Angel Juicer’s 8500 horizontal juicer replicates that early experience, but now you can also get much more than just wheatgrass juice with it.

In addition to producing wheatgrass juice, this 180 watt, twin-gear juicer can also produce baby food, minced herbs, and nut butters. In addition, this "Rolls Royce of juicers" is constructed entirely from surgical-grade stainless steel, and it has an anti-jamming feature that prevents jams from happening. It has been proven that horizontal equipment produces better quality produce than centrifugal, vertical equipment. Unlike centrifugal, vertical equipment, horizontal equipment experiences less friction and oxidation, and fewer moving parts means fewer pieces that can clog. Furthermore, horizontal equipment does not froth and foam.

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